Seaboard Hotels launches guest loyalty program

The Rehoboth Beach View hotel in Rehoboth Beach, Dela. Photo credit: Seaboard Hotels

Seaboard Hotels is introducing its own guest loyalty program, Seaboard Rewards. Now, travelers can earn points and save when they stay at any Seaboard Hotel. After a guest stays at a Seaboard Hotel, they will automatically be enrolled and start earning points. The program is available at all the Seaboard Hotels, allowing visitors to earn and spend points at any location.

“We are excited to offer a program designed to show our gratitude for the multitude of repeat guests that choose our hotels," Alex Moore, president and CEO of Seaboard Hotels, said in a statement. "We always work to deliver exceptional experiences to our guests, so to celebrate our 40th anniversary we are giving back to the folks who have driven our success.”

“Seaboard Rewards is just one more way for us to thank our customers for the years of loyal support, great memories and wonderful friendships," Patrick Staib, VP of hotel operations at Seaboard Hotels, said in a statement.


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The program information can be found on Seaboard Hotels' website here.

Seaboard Hotels has been in operation for 40 years. The family-owned company currently operates four locations: The Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, Del.; Surf Side Hotel in Nags Head, N.C.; the Atlantic View in Dewey Beach, Del.; and the Rehoboth Beach View in Rehoboth Beach, Del.

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